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The RNC has pared the 2016 hopefuls down to eight cities.
Cruz says he thinks GOP can win control of Senate in 2016.
Biden said he decided against making a "major announcement" on "Late Night" debut.
“Those that focus past 2014 is making a huge mistake," the Texas governor said.
Bachmann ran for president in 2012 and briefly led the field.
Ryan says he won’t consider a presidential bid until Congress breaks for the year.
Gov. Chris Christie has plummeted in White House polls and now lags Hillary Clinton.
The Maryland governor said he can't wait for Hillary Clinton to decide whether she's running.
Warren says she'll serve out her Senate term.
"We need to deal with the business we have before us,” the former president said.
The New York governor said he's more focused on his 2014 reelection campaign.
The vice president has not yet concretely said whether or not he intends to run in 2016.
Other cities that have expressed interest include Salt Lake City and Kansas City, Mo.